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None of the other houses were inhabited, and that at which we stopped was as dark as its neighbors, save for a single glimmer in the kitchen window.
We appreciate times are hard, firms are struggling, people are busy but for the thousands of lazy work-shy people in this country there are many thousands more who are desperate for work and glimmers of hope are what we live for.
But for the first time, we are beginning to see glimmers of hope.
But from where we stand, for the very first time, we are beginning to see glimmers of hope.
What we're starting to see is glimmers of hope across the economy.
Glimmers of greatness from Yaroslav Korolev have been practically nonexistent to Clippers fans.
In the end, most haunting are the glimmers of kindness the clan show when not at war with each other: quiet, solitary acts that share the strange beauty of the swarms of monarchs Gonzalez remembers so fondly.
To Debussy's insinuations, Mikhail Ilyin lolled and stretched sensuously in a studio, glimmers of Nijinsky's faun in his feral vigor.
Glimmers fragment and punctuate the space, outlining balls of fire and sketching silhouettes of famous Parisian buildings seen at night: the Arc de Triomphe, the Centre Pompidou, the Musee d'Orsay.
For their latest mix, simply called the Glimmers, they mangle tracks from Queen, Billy Idol and Sylvester into a rampaging electronic picnic.